ACCC: Our Story is Your Story
A new short film by Verglas Media that offers the viewer a journey though some of the most iconic visuals of the American West. While some tracking shots are used to provide a sense of movement and capture the sensation road-tripping, the film makes significant use of time-lapse photography as its main technique for image capture. Most of the sequences consist of hundreds of individual still photographs when, strung together in editing software, providing a glimpse through time not available to the naked eye alone.
The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) commissioned a series of videos explaining various programs to medical professionals and prospective members. Verglas Media was contracted by Amika Studio to produce, shoot, edit and contribute to script development. The final piece of the three part series "Our Story is Your Story" kicked off the 31st National Oncology Conference in October, 2014. First person commentary is based on true stories of cancer patients and cancer care professionals.
Produced by Amika Studio in association with Verglas Media.
Produced by Victoria Weeks & Silvia Stoyanova
Directed & Edited by: Victoria Weeks
Narration & Audio post: William Peterson
Script Editing: William Peterson
Re-enactment Videography: Victoria Weeks
Production Assistant: Eric Erbe
The video contains footage of actual cancer patients and care professionals as well as re-enactments.
Cast: Melissa Brown, Ilene Evans, Casey King, Robin McClintock, Ruth Melnick, Amanda Mowery, William Peterson & students of Crellin Elementary School.
Very special thanks to the ACCC members who contributed footage of their cancer care centers, cancer care professionals and patients:
Duke Cancer Network, Duke Cancer Institute
John Theurer Cancer Center, Hackensack University Medical Center
Nebraska Medical Center
Oncology Specialists, SC
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
University of Colorado Hospital, University of Colorado Cancer Center
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
Visit http://accc-cancer.org to learn more.